Oxford clay from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, a grey to green colour exhibiting a fine grained texture, these rock specimens are Jurassic in age and are available in various sizes.
Oxford clay is a sedimentary rock formed in a marine environment, it is fine grained and has a grey/green colouration. The rock its self is Jurassic in age and can contain numerous fossils such as shell fish, fish and even dinosaurs. The specimens we offer lacking any major fossil or fossils, although the odd fragment may be found, these particular pieces from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK. Available in 3 different sizes to choose from, it is a common rock to use in schools and colleges for education purposes as it exhibits what is expected of natural clay. All rock specimens come supplied in a card tray with an information label.